06 June

Myths about Children’s Behavioral Health

Category: Behavioral Health Services, Pediatrics

Mental health is an important aspect of any child’s social and cognitive development, but there are a couple of myths floating around about children’s behavioral health. We debunk them.

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24 May

Mindfulness and Your Health

Category: Adult Primary Care, Behavioral Health Services

Mindfulness is a skill that can be learned. Daily practice is important, but start small.

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22 May

Introducing “Texans Living with HIV”

Category: HIV/STD Screening & Treatment, LGBT, Public Affairs

Texans Living with HIV will be a collective voice in policy and decision-making on issues that impact the HIV community.

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10 May

Zika Virus and Pregnancy

Category: Adult Primary Care, Family Medicine, OB/GYN & Maternity, Pediatrics, Public Health

Zika – How it spreads, what are the symptoms and what you can do to prevent being infected while pregnant.

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05 May

Keep Kids Safe This Summer

Category: Pediatrics

Summertime is just around the corner. With summer comes, hot days, July fourth parades, ice-cold lemonade, and lots of outside playtime. Keep in mind these safety tips to make sure everyone stays safe.

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Little Readers New
27 April

Legacy to Testify on Its “Little Readers” Initiative in Austin

Category: Pediatrics, Public Affairs

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the connection between literacy and child development is an essential part of health care.

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26 April

Early Diagnosis and Intervention of Autism Can Help. So Can Legacy’s Support Group for Parents.

Category: Behavioral Health Services, Pediatrics

A neighbor, a kid in your child’s class, your boss’s daughter, someone in your church: It seems we are hearing more and more children are being diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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25 April

Rice Students Donate to Legacy’s Positive Organizing Project

Category: HIV/STD Screening & Treatment, LGBT, Public Affairs, Public Health

Rice University students got in touch with Legacy’s Positive Organizing Project (POP+) about how to get involved in HIV advocacy.

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19 April

How to Recognize Anxiety in Children

Category: Behavioral Health Services, Pediatrics

Having anxiety is normal. For some kids however, normal anxiety becomes something more serious.

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